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Int. Journal Maritime History 01:2 HAMILTON, C.I. DIAMOND, Marion PROUDFOOT,Peter Listings

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1 Int. Journal Maritime History 01:2 HAMILTON, C.I. DIAMOND, Marion PROUDFOOT,Peter International Journal Maritime History 01:2
International Journal of Maritime History, 1989, 
International Journal of Maritime History, Vol.1, No.2, December 1989. St.John's : Maritime Studies Research Unit, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1989. Pp (2),iii-ix,(1),1-410,(2). 8vo, card covers. Contents : C.I. Hmilton's "Seamen and Crime at the Cape, c.1860-1880"; Gelina Harlaftis's "Greek Shipowners and State Intervention in the 1940s: A Formal Justification for the Resort to Flags-of-Convenience"; Simon Ville's "The Problem of Tonnage Measurement in the English Shipping Industry, 1780-1830"; K. Dharmasena's"The Entry of Developing Countries into World Shipping: A Case Study of Sr i Lanka"; Marion Diamond's "Queequeg's Crewmates: Pacific Islanders in the European Shipping Industry"; Peter R. Proudfoot's "Sydney and Its Two Seaports"; James H. Hitchman's "Measuring Pacific Coast Trade, 1900-1981"; GarthS. Wilson's "The Great Lakes Historic Ships Research Project: An Innovativ e Approach to the Documentation and Analysis of Historic Hull Design"; M. Stephen Salmon's "Through the Shoals of paper: An Introduction to the Sources for the Study of Twentieth Century Canadian Maritime History at the National Archives of Canada"; Carl E. Swanson's "Privateering in Early America";David J. Starkey's "Eighteenth Century Privateering Enterprise"; Peter Rab an's "Channel Island Privateering, 1739-1763". Also many reviews. Vg. 15.00

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